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Report: Virat Kohli walked into Team India’s bio-bubble in UAE before Australia tour

Virat Kohli. (Photo Source: Twitter)

Virat Kohli-led RCB crashed after losing IPL 2020 Sunrisers Hyderabad. The team looked in great form, flagging off their journey this season, but their dream of bringing back the IPL trophy was shattered again. However, keeping the IPL stories in mind, the next and bigger journey awaits Men in Blue.

Team India will play the Horns in three T20I and several ODI matches against Australia later this month. They will also face each other in the four-match Test series. According to reports, captain Virat Kohli has stepped into the bio-safe bubble BCCI To land the team for Australia.

Kohli went into Team India’s bubble last night after a game against Sunrisers Hyderabad. He is likely to take a day or two off and start preparing for the series in Australia, “as a source quoted by The Times Now.

Virat Kohli to lead Indian side in Australia

The 32-member Jumbo Squad will leave for Sydney on 12 November. All the players will fly from Dubai at once and players who were not part of the IPL have also landed in the United Arab Emirates. Cheteshwar Pujara and Hanuma Vihari are the only two names who were not part of the IPL, and they have reached the UAE with time. The IPL final will be played on 10 November, and after a successful completion, the team will mark their visit to Australia.

The series with the Kangaroos is scheduled to begin from November 27 but players will also be given a mandatory quarantine period of 14 days, given the COVID-19 protocol. For the Mega Series, Rohit Sharma‘S fitness is still under question. Although he appeared in the last match in Mumbai, it is a fact that he has not been listed by BCCI in any team. It remains to be seen whether Rohit will be included in the squad for the upcoming tour.